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  • 1.

    What is Reggio Emilia?

    A growing form of early childhood education, called the Reggio Emilia approach, is turning heads with its unique take on...

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    Private School Funding Options

    Don't give up on private school because of the price listed in the brochure before checking out a few possible...

  • 3.

    Design Considerations for Early Education Classrooms

    Elements of design that are important to consider in early childhood environments are softness, texture, color, and...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Single Sex Education: The New Segregation?

    A cure for low test scores. A panacea for teen pregnancy. A way to cut down on bullying. Or, a return to the dark ages?...

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    Private School 101

    Maybe your local public school isn't all it should be. Maybe you want your kids to get religious instruction along with...

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    Middle School Boys and Girls Discuss Single-Sex Education

    In recent years single-sex classes have grown in popularity, as educators and parents seek to address declines in...

    Source: Gender Differences Special Edition Contributor
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    The Single-Gender Classroom

    Imagine a classroom tailored in accordance with the likes and dislikes of your child. In your son’s class...

    Source: Gender Differences Special Edition Contributor
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    Reggio Emilia

    Reggio Emilia, a city in northern Italy, is widely known for its approach to educating young children (Hendrick, 1997)....

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Boys and Elementary School

    Does gender really matter, if you’re a six-year-old boy? Sigmund Freud popularized the notion of the “latency...

    Source: National Association for Single-Sex Public Education
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    Waldorf Approach

    The Waldorf approach to education began with one school designed for the children of the workers of the Waldorf-Astoria...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall